Topic 5 Digital tools and applications for teacher presentations and learner’s active involvement in producing, discussions, and sharing

Your organization properly provide the teachers and learners with some selected digital tools for presentation and maybe also for learner’s active involvement in producing, discussions, and sharing. Sometimes it is appropriate to vary with other tools to achieve other expressions and reactions on the content presented.

You can search for example free presentation tool, test them and evaluate their quality. For presentation this could be like the above:

The best free presentation software:




4.Google Slides

5.WPS Office Free

  1. Prezi

Make stylish presentations online, for free

Prezi turns the traditional approach to presentations on its head. Instead of creating slide after slide, this presentation software gives you a single giant canvas. You can add blocks of text or images, or even create miniature slides. During your presentation, you can seamlessly fly around the canvas and zoom in to look at individual chunks of content.

  1. Canva

Create stylish presentations and share them easily online

Canva is perfect for making speedy presentations right in your web browser. This software offers a handful of free layouts to help you get your slideshow started, and it’s easy to customize the templates to fit your needs. There isn’t a huge variety of content elements to add to your presentation, but Canva makes up for this with a searchable library of more than 1 million images you can use.

  1. LibreOffice

Free presentation software

LibreOffice is a free alternative to Microsoft Office, and it includes a PowerPoint equivalent called Impress with nearly all of the same functionality. The only big difference you’ll find between the two slideshow creation tools is the LibreOffice lacks some modern features like built-in collaboration and integration with Microsoft OneDrive

  1. Google Slides

Free presentation software for all Google account holders

Google Slides does a nice job of matching a number of PowerPoint’s capabilities. This free presentation software supports embedding videos, creating diagrams, and adding animations to your slides. Even better, Google Slides supports the collaboration tools users have come to expect from Google. Multiple people can work on a slideshow simultaneously, and there’s a built-in group chat so you can keep track of what everyone is doing.

  1. WPS Office Free

An extremely impressive Microsoft PowerPoint alternative

One of the best things about this presentation software is that the user interface will feel incredibly familiar if you’re coming from Microsoft. All of the tools are displayed in a top ribbon, with your slides shown on the left side of the screen for easy navigation. It’s simple to display your presentation right from WPS Presentation, which means there’s no unexpected troubleshooting when it’s time to show off your work.

A strong example on a very easy cooperation tool that will involve learners in both producing, discussions and sharing is Padlet. It can be used on screen/board in classroom, on pc and more important on the learners smartphones:

  • Invite others to contribute – signup not required
  • Work with unlimited contributors
  • Give read-only, writing, moderator, or admin access; revoke at any time
  • Watch updates appear instantly across devices

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  • Upload files from your computer, take a picture or video from your phone, or link from the web
  • Post images, documents, videos, music, and files from Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD, and more
  • Embed content from anywhere on the web, including YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Vimeo, The New York Times, and 400 other apps
  • Attached links and files will appear with a gorgeous contextual preview to give viewers a hint of what you’re showing them
  • Go to and create an account or sign in with Google/Facebook
  • Create a presentation with your brainstorm over your favorite topic (private or professional)
  • Go to and create an account
  • Make a Padlet on your pc
  • Pretend to be a learner by entering the Padlet from your phone and take/upload a picture with text

In this topic we stated that some selected digital tools for presentation often will be available at your college but sometimes it is appropriate to vary with other tools. We went through a short presentation of various free tool – both for presentation and for activating the learners.